Thursday, 18 June 2015

Authors Spotlight ~~CHANCE by PETER DUDGEON ~~A superbly thrilling THRILLER ~~


~~A superbly thrilling THRILLER ~~

A missing convict, a young woman assaulted and killed, an old man murdered in his home. All in different parts of London. With eight million inhabitants, bad things happen to good people all the time.

Only nine-year-old Cassie Janus knows there’s a connection, because she is the killer … in her nightmares at least.

Cassie has the rare ability to unearth the darkest emotions of others. She sees a past they would rather keep hidden and a future too horrific to comprehend.

Perhaps the killer can be stopped. If only she can make someone - her mother, her friend, her teacher - believe. Her words are dismissed, her sanity questioned. She knows they’ll believe her in the end … but by then, they’ll be facing death.

Can she act to save them, or will their fate be left to chance?


Peter Dudgeon started writing short stories at the age of fourteen, inspired Stephen King’s early novels. At twenty-two he graduated in English Language and Literature and has since travelled the length and breadth of the UK (occasionally beyond) as a management consultant. He lives in North East Lincolnshire, with his wife, two daughters and a troublesome Labrador.

His debut novel ‘Ticket’ is available via Amazon Kindle:

‘Chance’ will be available from May 2015 in print and on Kindle. Its sequel, ‘Circle - The Diary of Stella Moore’ will be available in Autumn 2015.
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TRAILER to his other book TICKET 2.0

“The previous events of his life and this horrific moment were so incongruent that a faint hope surfaced. Perhaps this was nothing more than a vivid nightmare.” 

Despite having no recollection of the murder, Paul Ranson knows he is the primary suspect and begins a desperate search for the truth. As the police close in, Paul is convinced that he must confront a force of hatred that has grown against him. A prospect too terrifying to face alone

Twitter :@PDudgeonnovels 

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